The land drive is part of the developer’s 2025 plan to evolve into a £1bn turnover company, delivering 4,000 houses per annum.
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The Group currently has a secured pipeline of over 1,700 homes across several sites within London, and has enlarged its land team since the start of the year.
Andy Hill, chief executive at Hill Group (pictured above), said: “London’s property market has proven to be very resilient, rebounding quickly after the ease of lockdown, and remains a prime area for investment and development.
“With our successful 20-year track record of building large residential and regeneration developments across the Capital, we have the extensive experience needed to navigate the current market conditions.
“We are very well capitalised with a robust balance sheet and, while the current supply-and-demand dynamics persist, we are seeking attractive land opportunities to grow our pipeline yet further.”
Hill Group currently has 14 active residential developments across London, including Fish Island Village, the 580 homes canal-side regeneration scheme in Hackney Wick, and Harrow One, a collection of 204 apartments in Harrow-on-the-Hill.
Overall, the developer currently has 6,100 homes under construction and a secured pipeline value of £5.3bn across its private and affordable portfolio across London, the South East and South West.